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Research Labs

Research labs are nonprofit member-led internal programs, spanning several universities and time zones.

 

Broadly, these labs support the communication and collaboration of members seeking to produce peer-reviewed academic publications. Our goal, across labs, is to create research that fosters ethical and humane organizational and state-wide policies related to end-of-life, death, and bereavement topics. We seek to apply our research and intervene in environments that are impacted by death.

The END Lab

The Environs of Necropolitics and Death (END) Lab is part of the End of Life and Death Scholars research nonprofit. This lab comprises researchers, faculty, and practitioners of multiple disciplines who collaborate, co-write, and co-publish at the intersections of environment, power/inequality, and death-related topics. 

 

Mission

The mission of The END Lab is to support the professional research development of academic and practitioner members of the End of Life and Death Scholars organization. We research, co-write, and co-publish at the intersections of environment (space/place/geographic region…), power/inequality, and death-related topics in order to establish a richer and more nuanced understanding of the ways in which these concepts are interrelated.

CONTACT: JJ Jones

jj.jones1831@gmail.com

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The OLD Lab

The Organizational Life and Death (OLD) Lab is part of the End-of-Life and Death Scholars academic research nonprofit. This lab comprises researchers, teachers, and industry workers who co-write and co-publish research at the intersection of technological, organizational, and death-centered issues. We answer the question, “How does death organize life?”

Mission

The OLD Lab’s mission is to support the professional research development of academic and industry research for members of the End-of-Life and Death Scholar organization. We research, co-write, and co-publish peer-reviewed studies to further deepen an understanding of communication and social issues that intersect technology, policy, and death.

CONTACT: C. Campbell Pendleton

ccampbellpendleton@gmail.com

To Join a Research Lab:

1. Become A Member - Visit the Membership Portal

2. Contact eoldeathscholars@gmail.com for onboarding

We welcome new members and the opportunity to work with undergraduate and graduate students seeking the opportunity to publish in peer-reviewed journals. Our labs are completely remote and online to keep our accessibility commitments as an organization.

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